For now, the bubble of childhood remains mostly intact.
For most of us in this strange new world of 2020, all of our children’s schooling is homework and we are suddenly thrust into the role of teacher.
A multilingual home can be a blessing, if you don’t get tripped up by these situations.
Three vital things to know.
What’s deemed ‘normal’ in society has a massive influence on us.
How can you improve the quality of time at home together due to coronavirus?
I’m usually not opposed to a good prank.
I’m quite proud of the broken lawn chair that I’ve turned into my filing cabinet.
As if living with autism wasn’t challenging enough, now autism parents are faced with the coronavirus and the total disruption of carefully structured routines for their children.
A perfect storm.
The Foreseeable Future On any given day, the shopping center across from our community is a buzzing hive of commerce. IKEA, one of the three mega-chain anchor stores beckons would-be interior designers with its Day-Glo yellow entrance. Next door, Lowe’s Home Improvement entices with a lush garden center and rows of shining bar-b-que grills. And…
Your kids will find their own reasons to be unhappy.
Just another day in the COVID-19 life.
“Out There” is swirling chaos, but here, in the eerie calm, we are carefully recalibrating. Taking stock of what’s left and what we need to hold tightly when the tempest returns.
My daughter pointed out that I was very much not prepared for a state-wide toilet paper shortage.
This morning, I cleaned the kitchen. You’re damned right I did.